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Over The Next Hill

This song is by Fairport Convention and appears on the album Over The Next Hill (2004).

Forever Forever the road goes on Forever

If your wheels are burning up the miles,
And you're wearing down shoe leather,
And your face is frozen in a smile,
And the road goes on forever.

Forever, forever,
The road goes on Forever.

Over the next hill,
Maybe there's good weather.

If you're flying over table top,
Eyes wide with wine and wonder,
Or lazy counting kangaroos,
In the dingle days down under.

Down Under, Down Under,
In Dingle days down under.

Over the next hill,
There's no more rain or thunder.

Though you chose the open road when you were willing
To sing and dance and take the tambourine and the shilling
All the secret tricks and footsteps you were learning
But once the stone begins to roll, it's not the turning.

Like a rolling stone
With no direction home

Though you chose the open road when you were willing
To sing and dance and take the tambourine and the shilling
All the secret tricks and footsteps you were learning
But once the stone begins to roll, it's not the turning.

Like a rolling stone
With no direction home

If you're pacing in the dressing room
Where there's no fresh paint or windows,
Or you're strutting on some dusty stage
And wondering where the time goes.

The time goes, The time goes
Wondering where the time goes.

Over the next hill,
They say there will be rainbows

Oh rainbows, rainbows
Somewhere over rainbows

Over the next hill
Who knows where the time goes

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